WORLD Vol 28 No 9

36 Heartbreak Hill
When explosions hit the BostonMarathon, people at
the scene and Boston residents swung into action
40 Weather maker
Margaret  Thatcher: 1925-2013
44 Schools of thought
A German homeschooling family’s fight for asylum in the United States will say a lot about the U.S. government’s official attitude toward the growing practice
50 Shoe leather service
Conservative GOP Rep. Steve Pearce wins in a majority Hispanic district not by changing his views but by building relationships
54 Cynthia’s choice
Meet one of the first  women ever to undo her medical abortion-and the doctor  who made it possible
58 How to decide to move
To go or not to go? That was the question-but deciding wasn’t scientific

Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol 41 No 1

3 Sexual Minorities in Faith-Based Higher Education:  A National
Survey of Attitudes, Milestones, Identity, and Religiosity
Stephen P. Stratton, Janet B. Dean, Mark A. Yarhouse, and Michael D. Lastoria

24 When Good People Have Bad Thoughts:  Religiosity and the
Emotional Regulation of Guilt-Inducing Intrusive Thoughts
Michelle  A. Hale and David A. Clark

36 The Development and Validation of a God-Centered Self-Esteem
Scale
Anastasia Victoria L. H. Ho and Tick N. Sim

48 Mixed-Methods Exploration of Christian Working Mothers’ Personal
Strivings
Jennifer A. Gallagher, M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall, Tamara L. Anderson, and Kerris L.M. Del Rosario

62  An Ecumenical, Interdisciplinary, and Integrating Specialization Program in Pastoral Counseling in East Central Europe
Teodóra Tomcsanyi, Gabor Torok, Roger Csaky-Pallavicini,  Andras lttzes,  Viola Sallay, Tamas Martos, and Peter Torok

78 Moderators of the Relationship Between Religiosity and Alcohol
Use in College Students
Jessica  E. Bodford

94  Journal File
98  Featured Review
100  Books Received

First Things Vol 23 No 3

3    Pope Francis by R. R. Reno
LETTERS    8    Fighting eugenics, Bernheim, etc.
OPINIONS    19    Bullets and Beatitudes by Antonio Anderson
21    Lost Legion of Decency by Brad Miner
24    Not Duffers, Won’t Drown by Sally Thomas

ESSAYS    27    The Crisis of Conservative Judaism
by EdwardS. Shapiro

33    Lena Dunham’s Inviolable Self
by Alan Jacobs

39    Medicinal Murder
by Wesley J. Smith

45    Rahner the Restorationist
by R. R. Reno

REVIEWS    53    The Myth of Persecution by Candida Moss
reviewed by Ephraim Radner
55    Majesty and Humility by Reuven Ziegler
reviewed by Alex Ozar
58    Against Fairness by Stephen T. Asma
reviewed by Helen Rittelmeyer
60    Before Religion by Brent Nongbri
reviewed by William T. Cavanaugh
63    Orthodox Readings of Aquinas by Marcus Plested
reviewed by Andrew Louth
65    Briefly Noted
WHILE WE’RE  AT  IT
67    German clowns, Death row poems, etc. by David Mills

THE  BACK  PAGE
72     Nature Loves to Hide by David Bentley Hart

POETRY    Timothy Murphy  (p. 44)

Leadership Vol 32 No 2

22-Developing a Culture of Contentment
Jeff Manion on taking appropriate financial  risk and cultivating a generous  spirit. ‘
A Leadership Journal interview

27-Tithing: Law or a Grace?
The place of giving in the gospel.
by John Ortberg

29-Why Give to the Local Church?
There are lots of great  ministries out  there, but giving to the local church is still essential.
by Amie Streater

32-Raising Money from MillenniaIs
They’re in debt. They don’t  trust institutions. But they will give generously to your church if you approach  them in the right way. by Kevin Miller

37-Why I Won’t Give to Your Church
An honest  letter from a Millennial believer.
by Robert Jewe

38-Transforming Scrooge
What does it take to turn greed into generosity?
by Gordon MacDonald

44-Swim with the Big Fish (without getting swallowed)
Ministry to big givers  takes boldness and discernment.
by Tim Stevens

47-Hybrid Ministry
Current giving trends  will mean learning to do more with  less.
by John Dickerson

49-The Power of the Ask
7 fund-raising principles for pastors.
by Jack Connell

53- Giving Is Global Glimpses of diverse generosity.
by Paul Pastor

74- Why People Get So Mad at Pastors
There’s more going on than clashing personalities.
by Wayne Cordeiro and Francis Chan

78- Confessions  of a Ministry Introvert
Understanding my personality enabled me to see introversion as a gift  rather than a liability. by Amy Simpson

83- When Church Becomes a Pastor’s Idol
An interview with Craig Groeschel and Kyle Idleman

87-Don’t Lose the Wonder How I rediscovered the splendor  of being God’s own., by Margaret Feinberg

Christian Scholar’s Review Vol 42 No 3

ARTICLES
ROBERT  C. BISHOP AND JOSHUA  CARR,
In  Bondage to Reason: Evidentialist Atheism and Its Assumptions
JOSH STIGALL, “His   Studie  was  but  Litel  on the  Bible”:  Materialism  and
Misreading in Chaucer’s Physician’s Tale
NOAH TOLY, Risk and Responsibility in Global Environmental Governance

REVIEW AND RESPONSE
MARK A. NoLL, A Free People’s Suicide
OS GUINNESS, Response to Mark  Noll’s  Review of A Free  People’s Suicide: Sustainable Freedom and  the American Future

REVIEWS
285    JUSTIN BARRETT, Born Believers: The Science of Children’s  Religious Belief
Reviewed by Holly Catterton Allen

288    ANDREW  SKOTNICKI, The Last Judgment: Christian Ethics in a Legal Culture
Reviewed by Stephen N. Bretsen

291     CRYSTAL L. DOWNING, Changing Signs of Truth:  A Christian Introduction to the Semiotics of Communication
Reviewed by Christine A. Colon

295     CECELIA GONZALEZ-ANDRIEU, Bridge to Wonder: Art as a Gospel of Beauty
Reviewed by Matthew J. Milliner

298     TODD C. REAM, JERRY PATTENGALE, AND DAVID  L. RIGGS, EDS., Beyond Integration: Inter/ Disciplinary  Possibilities for the Future of Christian  Higher Education
Reviewed by Gary S. Selby

300     AMOS YANG AND ESTRELDA Y. ALEXANDER, EDS., Afro-Pentecostalism:  Black Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity in History and Culture
Reviewed by Kenneth L. Waters, Sr.

305     JAMES D. BRATT, ED.,  By the Vision of Another World: Worship in American History
Reviewed by Karen B. Westerfield Tucker

307   MIKE HIGTON, A Theology of Higher Education
Reviewed by Perry L. Glanzer

309       DAVIDS. DOCKERY,ED.,  Faith and Learning: A Handbook for Christian Higher Education
Reviewed by Karen S. Buchanan

Calvin Theological Journal Vol 48 No 1

The Imitation of Christ as Illumination for  the Two Kingdoms Debate
John Bolt  ………………………………………….. 6

“Abraham had two sons”: Augustine and the Allegory of Sarah and Hagar (Galatians 4:21-31)
Wendy Elgersma Heileman  ……………………………. 35

Jonah 1:9-An Example of Elenctic Testimony
Carl J. Bosma ……………………………………… 65

Missionary Ecclesiology in an Age of Individualization
Stefan Paas   …………………………………………91

From a Neo-Calvinistic to an Ecumenical Theology of Religions: The Development of the  Theologia Religionum of Johannes Verkuyl
Rudolph Edward Stiemer ………………………………107

Pierre Viret on War and Peace
Robert D. Linder  ………………………………….. 122

Practicing the  Kingdom:A Critical Appraisal of James K. A. Smith’s Desiring the Kingdom
Stephen Richard Turley  ……………………………….131

Loyal Orthodoxy: Christelijke Dogmatiek: Een Inleiding by G. Van den
Brink  and C. van der  Kooi. Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum,  2012.
Reviewed  by Eduardo]. Echeverria  ………………………143

BOOK REVIEWS

Theology and History
Boekestein, William.  The Quest for Comfort: The Story of the Heidelberg Catechism
Raymond  A. Blacketer  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

Boulton, Matthew Myer. Life in God: John Calvin, Practical Formation, and the Future of Protestant Theology
Andrew Hay  …………………………………….151

Bulgakov, Sergius.  Icons and the Name of God
Bulgakov, Sergius. Jacob’s Ladder: On Angels
Dylan Pahman …………………………………..153

Douthat, Ross. Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics
Steve]. Van der Weele . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155

Ellis, Brannon. Calvin,  Classical Trinitarianism, and the Aseity of the Son
Hans Boersma   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158

Fesko J. V. Beyond Calvin: Union with Christ and Justification in Early
Modern Reformed Theology (1517-1700)
Ryan M. McGraw  …………………………………161

Ha, Polly. English Presbyterianism, 1590-1640
Kenneth J. Stewart  ………………………………..163

Kapic, Kelly M. A Little Book for New Theologians: Why and How to Study Theology
Mary L. Vanden  Berg  ……………………………..165

Letham, Robert. Union with Christ: In Scripture, History, and Theology
Mary L. Vanden  Berg   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166

Long, Kimberly Bracken.  The Eucharistic Theology of the American
Holy Fairs
Kenneth]. Stewart  ………………………………..169

Mattson,  Brian G. Restored to Our Destiny:
Eschatology and the Image of God in Herman Bavinck’s Reformed Dogmatics
Eglinton, James P. Trinity and Organism: Towards a New Reading of Herman Bavinck’s Organic Motif
John Bolt ……………………………………….171

Watt, Isabella M., and Jeffrey R. Watt, eds. Registres du Consistoire
de Geneve au Temps de Calvin,  Tome VI (19 fevrier 1551-4  fovrier 1552)
Karen E. Spierling ………………………………..175

Church and Mission
Lofton, Kathryn. Oprah: The Gospel of an Icon
Kyle Dielemann ………………………………….177

Meyerink, Dorothy Dickens. Ministry among the Maya: A Missionary Memoir
Paul J. Bergsma  ………………………………….179

Romanowski, William D. Reforming Hollywood: How American Protestants Fought for Freedom at the Movies
Josh Larsen ………………………………….. 181

BOOKS RECIEVED. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .  184

CONTRIBUTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189

GUIDELINES FOR MANUSCRIPTS AND REVIEWS/NOTICES  …………….191

Social Education Vol 77 No 2

52  Teaching with  Documents
Searching for the Seventies:Photographs from the Environmental Protection Agency’s DOCUMERICA Project
Bruce Bustard and Lee Ann Potter
Examining key photos from a 1970s federal project can serve as a point of departure for an exploration of the national issues and environmental crises of that decade.

Special Section: Teaching the Economics of World History
Guest Editors: Mark C. Schug and William C. Wood

57  Understanding World Economic History
Robert Whaples
Students will gain a better understanding of the pre-modern world when they consider the role that new technologies and institutions played in the advances of modern societies.

60 The Economics of Government and the Fall of Rome
Tawni Hunt  Ferrarini
Studying the economic choices of the Roman Empire prior to its collapse can highlight for students the relationship  between government failure and economic failure.

64 Business in the Middle Ages:What Was the Role of Guilds?
William  Bosshardt and faneS.  Lopus
The study of medieval guilds and their role in regulating trade provides opportunities for teaching key economic concepts in a historical context.

68  Why Didn’t China Discover the New World?
Scott WaLLa
A historic look at China and its early technological advances offers an excellent opportunity to incorporate economic lessons into the study of world history.

74 Tokugawa Japan and Industrial Revolution Britain:Two Misunderstood Societies
Lucien ELLington
A close study of Tokugawa Japan and Industrial Revolution Britain will correct textbook depictions and reveal societies that had pro-growth government policies and significant economic freedom.

78  The East India Company: Agent of Empire in the Early Modern Capitalist Era
Bruce Brunton
The English East India Company provides an excellent case study for a lesson on the complex dynamics and consequences of intertwined  business-government relations.

82  Slavery and Free Markets:Relationships between Economic institutions
Mark C. Schug
This look at the contradictions berween economic freedom and slavery provides a comprehensive view of the institution of slavery in world and American history.